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Foothand Elbownose by Kiah Thomas

Thu 31 October 2019

One day while Max is splashing in puddles his foot decides it wants to be a hand instead. Max agrees, but then other body parts want to swap places and soon Max doesn't just have a foothand, but an elbownose and a headbottom!

This book will have the whole family giggling. Written by up-and-coming author, and Mum of three, Kiah Thomas, with equally hilarious illustrations by Connah BreconOriginally from the UK, Connah currently lives in Melbourne with his family.

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Read by Buzz the Bandleader from Lah-Lah's Big Live Band.

Published by Little Hare Books, an imprint of Hardie Grant Egmont.

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